Fahmy says despite his efforts to stop a report made by his colleagues to be broadcasted on the channel in Egypt that was banned, Al Jazeera rebroadcasted it five more times. The network sees things differently.
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Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi in September 2014.
Islam Azzam Published: Thursday, 03/12/2015 1:41 am EDT Last Updated: Friday, 03/13/2015 10:39 am EDT
Maybe it’s not the only case of a journalist that is imprisoned on the back of doing his job in Egypt. But certainly it’s the most controversial case these days.
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